David Cameron has resigned, and the Leave vote in the EU referendum has hurled the Tory party, and the British and European establishments, into a profound crisis.
Cameron’s desperate referendum gamble has failed, his party is split in half.
The EU is racist and beyond reform. A Leave vote would mean a double crisis—for the Tories and the ruling class
The European Union (EU) referendum has exposed the depth of the crisis in the British political establishment—especially in the Tory party.
Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents in the Labour Party are trying to force him out, despite his overwhelming support among Labour members.
Teachers have called an England-wide strike on Tuesday 5 July against Tory funding cuts to education. The NUT union members voted by an overwhelming 92 percent for the action on a turnout of 25 percent.